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Thursday, May 2 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Panel: How the Changing Privacy Law Landscape Impacts Information Security Professionals.

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Privacy laws shape the foundation of information security and the privacy laws in the United States are rapidly changing. This panel will outline the changes in privacy law that have the biggest operational impact on how businesses secure and handle information, such as:

· The expanding definition of what is considered personal information subject to regulation

· Imposition of affirmative obligations to secure data

· Creation of data subject rights such as rights to access, deletion and portability

Speakers
avatar for Steve Snyder

Steve Snyder

Attorney at Law- CyberSecurity and Privacy, Independent
Steve Snyder is an attorney at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP and member of the firm’s Cybersecurity and Privacy team. He leverages his industry experience as a network engineer and cyber risk manager to assist clients in navigating the increasingly complex matters related to... Read More →
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Karin Mcginnis

Member, Moore & Van Allen
With two decades of experience as a practicing attorney, Karin McGinnis, CIPP US, has handled a wide variety of privacy and data security matters for her clients, with a special emphasis on privacy and data security issues in the workplace. Recognized by her peers as a Martindale... Read More →
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Kate Kliebert

Privacy and Business Attorney, Independent-Panelist
Kate helps her clients resolve business disputes and address data privacy concerns. First and foremost, Kate seeks to help her clients meet their individual goals, whether the goal is early resolution or fierce litigation. Clients rely on her to anticipate problems before they arise... Read More →



Thursday May 2, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
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